Chocolate Turtle Bed and Breakfast
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Woke up this morning at the Highland Country Inn, a small motel right across the street from Northern Arizona University. The motel was really comfortable, so Zach and I slept in till checkout. The first thing we noticed, now that we had sunlight, was that we were not in the desert. I was confused last night when our altimeter read 6,000' elevation, but now I know why! Flagstaff is surrounded by mountains and beautiful forests! It reminds me a lot ...
We got to see several dancers. My favorite is the Eagle dance. The Pueblo's believed that the Eagle carries all our prayers to the great spirit. The dancer became the Eagle as he danced. The other dancers were all in the same family.
As a member of the Order of the Arrow, I was on several dance teams that competed at state. Navajo dances were used by both our Tampa lodge and the Miami lodge, So a lot ...
... just poked around there for a while. We were not looking for anything in particular. Around 4:00 PM we went back to the hotel room to shower before going to supper. I looked on-line to find an Olive Garden because Karen felt her ruffage meter getting low. I figured the Olive Garden was a good place to get a salad and we could also have pasta tonight. As it turned out I ordered pasta/shrimp plate and ...
... RVs to put on more clothes. After a few minutes, the once hot pizza felt like it came out of the refrigerator.
After dinner, Al Lowenstein, pilot of the Sunset Rise balloon, demonstrated how the pilots ready and fly the balloons and the safety procedures. He had the gondola portion with the burners and showed us how they fire them up and keep the balloon air heated. He also gave us the scoop ...
... The sky was beautiful today, with ominous clouds and heavy winds. It was worth the drive, and I think will be a important detour for the trip in October. Even so, I know now we won't be able to take every Route 66 bypass in October. If we did, it would add another couple of hours of driving to each leg of the trip. It's Weedpatch or bust in 10 days, and we'll make it happen, even if it means sacrificing some sections ...